Weston’s bus services hit by snow

PUBLISHED: 10:12 18 March 2018 | UPDATED: 10:13 18 March 2018

Bus services have been disrupted by snow and black ice.

Bus services have been disrupted by snow and black ice.


Overnight snow has affected Weston-super-Mare’s bus services today (Sunday), with several services rerouted.

First Bus has confirmed four Weston services have been hit by the inclement weather.

• 3 (Worle – Searle Crescent) is not able to serve Mead Vale and is operating via Locking Road.

• 7 (Worle – Oldmixon) is serving main roads only and is unable to reach Oldmixon, the Coronation and North Worle.

• X5 (Weston – Cribbs Causeway) is serving main roads only and is unable to reach Yeolands Drive or Wellington Terrace.

• 126 (Weston – Wells) is serving main roads only and is not serving Cheddar or Axbridge.

A spokesman said: “Weather conditions are changing as we speak and we are looking to provide detailed service updates hourly so please check Facebook, Twitter and the website for more information.

“If services are able to run, please be aware they are likely to be delayed and diversions maybe in place. So please allow extra time for your journey.”

For more visit www.firstgroup.com/bristol-bath-and-west/news-and-service-updates/current-issues/snow-forecast-services-maybe-affected

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